Today is the start of the Masters Golf 2013, and as always all eyes will be on a select few golfers, although we are interested to see if Tiger Woods can keep up his return to form, well almost. However, there’s also the young 14-year old Tianlang Guan, although we would not put a bet on him to win just yet.
From now until Sunday you will want to keep up with all the action, such as the Masters 2013 leaderboard, as well as watching live streams when you are on the go. Thankfully there is The Masters Golf Tournament app for iOS and Android devices, which will not cost you a cent.
Both versions of this app provides the exact same content, so you can interact with the leaderboard, view the Masters 2013 schedule and see up-to-the-minute scoring, as well as those all-important video highlights for those unable to view the complete coverage. However, if you do have more time, then you are able to watch a selection of live Masters 2013 streams, which can be viewed on a WiFi connection or use your data plan, but remember not to go over your limit, unless you have all you can eat data.
There’s even detailed information on the course, as well as details on how to get to the event. We can see that a few people have been complaining over the past few days the live stream is not working, with some people saying it will not because the event has yet to start. But this is incorrect, as there have been several streams in the build-up to the golfing event. Have you been able to load the streams?
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